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Described in atmospheric and evocative detail, here are 50 of Arsenal's most glorious, epochal and thrilling games of all! Arsenal Greatest Games offers a terrace ticket back in time. From a muddy field on the Isle of Dogs in the 19th century to the pristine perfection of the Emirates Stadium,...
By Ewan Flynn
This is a real-life story of Sunday football in north London, a bittersweet journey through muddy pitches, injury, dreams and disappointments. It's about growing up, professional football careers cut short, family tensions, friendship - and even a Roy-of-the-Rovers rise from the amateur game to leading out your country against the...
The Stakes Were High: The Extraordinary Life of John Gully, from Bruiser and Bookie to Fine Old English Gentleman
By Keith Baker
The Stakes were High follows the amazing life of 'Glorious' John Gully, the butcher's boy from Bristol who first achieved fame as a bareknuckle fighter and champion of England. No other boxer in the history of sport has had such an varied career. He amassed a huge fortune first as...
By Nick Godfrey
Postcards from the World of Horse Racing is the new book by international racing expert Nicholas Godfrey, who visits racecourses on six continents, from the Kentucky Derby and the Dubai World Cup to racing on a frozen lake in St Moritz. The cast list features Black Caviar, Zenyatta and American...
By Steve Neal
Over and Out is the remarkable story of a neglected cricket hero. Good enough to play for Australia and England, Albert Trott cleared the Lord's pavilion with one huge hit. Over and Out celebrates his triumphs, from fame to broke and broken, from Melbourne to Middlesex. It is time for...
In this informative biography of Britain's most successful tennis player, historian Kevin Jefferys brings to life Fred Perry's strong personality and casts fresh light on why - despite his status as world number one in the 1930s - full acceptance of Perry among the British tennis authorities remained elusive until...
By Mike Procter
Caught in the Middle is the compelling story of a lifelong love affair with cricket, by one of the sport's finest ever all-round players. Mike Procter's life in cricket was always in the thick of things, after making a name for himself as a player, he made his mark on...
By Hector Nunns
Since 1977 Sheffield's Crucible Theatre has staged the World Championship and is one of sport's most iconic venues. Forty Years of the Crucible features the greatest matches played there, including classic encounters involving Ronnie O'Sullivan, Stephen Hendry, Jimmy White, Alex Higgins, and the 1985 final between Dennis Taylor and Steve...
A detailed account of Ron Saunders's Aston Villa reign, The Odd Man Out tells how, against a backdrop of boardroom and player disharmony, he guided them to a first league title in 71 years and thus far their last, only to sensationally quit the following season and join arch rivals...